Impersonal verbs (Verba impersonalia)

The circunflected accents are used to mark long vowels.


The impersonal verbs denote the action of an unspecified agent and hence are used with no expressed subject. They have all tenses and moods but imperative; in the compound forms is used the neuter of the participle.

The most important impersonal verbs are the following ones:

All the verbs, especially the intransitive ones, may be used impersonally in the 3 p. sg. of the Passive voice, cf.:

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